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About Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 190?-1910 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1906)
GOVERNOR FOLK, HEAD
OF RECEPTION COMMUTE
All Humors GREAT NORTHERN
Are Impure matters which the skin, liver,
kidneys and other organs cannot take care
of without help.
Pimples, boils, eczema and other erup
tions, loss of appetite, that tired feeling,
bilious turns, fits of indigestion, dull head
aches and many other troubles are due to
them. They are removed by
GOLD MINE MAY
SOON BE SOLD
J. H. Glass, of Eugene, secretary
of tbe Great Northern Mining Co.,
and also secretary of tbe Eugene
In usual liquid form or in chocolated : Business College, was in tbe city
tablets known as 8arsatabs, 100 doses |1 Wednesdav, says the Brownsville
Times, He was here to attend a
bare grown up under individualism, meeting of tbe Brownsville stock
but which are not necessarily a part holders of the Great Northern MiDiDg
of individualism. He wishes to see Co., who own the controlling interest
trusts exterminated, so t^e door of in the mine.and tbe meeting was held
opportunity may be opened to every for the purpose of considering tbe
advisability of accepting an offer to
On another occasion, he said, be purchase tbe property. J. C. Lee,
will call attention to tbe growing ex- of the J, C. Lee Co., has organized a
! penditures of tbe government. Even , company composed of Eastern cap-
the detire to find ways of spendiug 1 italists, who are anixous to acquire
the revenues brought into tbe treas the Great Northern mine, and it is
ury by the tariff cannot, he said, ac probable the present negotiations
count for the reckless extravagance of will result in a sale. If tbe new com
congress. At present, however, he pany secures tbe property they will
de.ire« thought to lie centred on tbe immediately install a cyanide plant
evil of trusts and its plutocratic and add stamps and other machinery
tendencies. It demands a remedy, for tbe successful treatment of ore
aud tbe lJemociatic party, be declar composing the big ledges of tbe Great
ed, offered the solution.
The Democratic party does not
menace a single dollar legitimately
accumulated, but advocates the repeal
of laws which enable men to reap
that which they have not sown, laws
JOSEPH WINGATE FOLK.
which enable them to gainer into
overflowing barns harvests that be
(From Friday's Guard.)
New York. Aug. 31. -Wm. J. Bryan received an ovation. Concluding he long to others. Only those, be said,
Kev. M. C. Wire, of Eugene, assist
would suffer by application of the
was up early tbh morning, allowing said:
ed by his thiee sons. Rev. M. T
no traae of hoarseness, and aaiil lie
Wire, of Portland; Frank Wire, of
nivar felt better 111 his life. He min Democrat who is worthy and com to all and special privileges to none Albany, aud Wesley Wire, of Eugene,
gled with the people in the lobby be petent to lead ; we welcome you as
aud his brother, W. C. Wire, of
fore 8 o’clock, having already had the American citizen in whose promi dishonesty and whose immoral meth Chicago, have just completed a suc
breakfast with hi« family in Ms apart nence we have honorable pride; wo
cessful series of meetings with the
welcome you because we trust you, of business.
deer of the Cow Creek canyon coun
The br'gbtest lights in the political we welcome ' ou because we love you.
try. Rev. M. C. Wire aud Wesley ar
firmament are today rea'izing that Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Bryan."
rived home last evening, Frank going
Bryan last night, under the guiae of
on to Albany, while Rev. M- Ivin Wire
delivering an address, elf "ted a coup ly, lasted for fully eight minutes, al
remained in Southern Oregon for
in the political structure which is to though Mr. Br.van, who had come
awhile on a visit. They opened the
day ba.led as the “Bryan platform.'* forward upon tbe platform, vainly
season on the morning of the 15th
Bucti leaders as I ewis Nixon are un waved bis hands as a signal for si
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. uanies Cox, about three miles west of the South
able to decide whether to accept It a» lence.
ern Pacifl’, near Cow Creek, close
In part Mr. Bryan spoke as fol August 26, 1906, a son.
safe and label it “Democratic" or re
enough to hear tbe screech ot the 8.
A lepresentative of the Booth-Kelly P. wliisties, and altogether got about
"Ladies and Gentlemen: Like all Co. spent a couple of days her« this fifteen bucks, most ot which were
Bryan promised the Ohioans today
to go on the stuuip in Ohio during travelers who vtait other lands, 1 re week looking for day laborers. If jerked for use this winter. Frank
turn with delight to the land oi niy he seemed single one we failed to got his limit: Wesley made the big
birth, more proud of its people, with hear of it.
gest kill, a five pointer, while all of
(JOES 1’0 NEW HAVEN.
more confidence ill its government
Sternlierg A Senders have sc Id tneir them got something. Monday they
New Haven, Aug. 31. — Wm. J. aud gratef'.l to the kind providence lot on the corner north of the cream left the trail, the party killing three
Bryan has arrived here and was greet that oast my lot m the United States. ery to L. L. White, the dentist, that morning. They were at the de
ed by the state and municipal au My national pride has been increased consideration, $250. The doctor ex pot to start home Tuesday, but were
thorities of New E igluiid. 1'here was of by the abundant evidence 1 have pects to put up a building in tne near delayed by tbe slides further south.
a dinner, speech, and great crowds at seeu of tin* altruistic interest taken future.
A party of six railroad men bunted
by Americans in the people of other
four days anil got only three deer,
countries. No other nation can show
leaving declared there were none
New York, Aug. 31. —Between
such a record of benevolence and dis Win. Schroder and Thurman Berry there.
crowds of countless thousands that
interested friendship. My love for
lined both sides of Broadway from
our form of government has been boat as far up the river as Eugene,
the Battery to Central Park, William
quickened as I have visited castles and fished down. 'Tne da/ was unus
J. Bryan made his entry late yester
anil towers and peered into dark ually hot and the fish were too lazy to
day afternoon after an absence from
dungeons, and 1 am glad that our lise to a fly. They succeeded, how
tbe country of nearly a year. Even
nation, profiting by the experience ever, in lauding forty. They had.
th ibo whose p litieal faith held them
of the pest and yet unhampered by their guns with them for fear some
•loot t.om the popular demonstia
traditions and unlettered by caste, large fish might assault them.
tion were bouud to admit that it was
has been permitted to form a new
Died—In »his city August 28, 1906, Weatherford acd party, of the Cor
a “triumphal“ entry, tbe like of
centre of civilization on new soil and Theodore Edward Hyland, son of Mr. vallis A Eastern, returned during last
which the metropolis nas not seen
since tbe return of Admiral Dewey e'ect here a ‘government of tne peo and Mrs. Frank E. Hyland, aged 1 night from Newport, where they had
ple, by the people and for tbe peo month and 18 days. The funetal lieen to attend a session of the city
after Ills victory at Manila Bay.
’ 1 also return more deeply im was held at the resilience Wednesday council of Newport. The council
The plans as arranged by the aev
erf committees were carried out pressed than ever before with the with services at the grave in Odd I assed an ordinance granting the rail
road a franchise as desired, and the
WitUout a hitch As the distinguish lerponsibllity which rests main our Fellows cemetery by Kev. Gardner.
W. M. Pituey received a telegram work of extending the road from Ya-
ed Nebiakmis, with Governor Folk, nation as an exemplar among the
of Missouri, at ins aide, rode up nations ami more solicitous tlist we, aunounciug the death of John Pay quina will go ahead, an improvement
Broadway, men waved their hats and avoiding the causes which have led ton, his brother inlaw,at his home in reatly desired aud justified by the
women waved greetings with their other nations to decay, mayjtpresent Baker City. Mr. Payton is an old immense summer travel ot the Bay.
handkerchiefs, From curb to build a higher ideal than has everibefore timer of this section aud many will
Represeuatitives of a proposed saw
ing line the sidewalks were closely been embod'ed in a natoinal life and regret to learn of his death. He mill were present, but th? re seemed
packed w>th men, women and child carry human progress to a higher served Baker City in various official ■ to be nothing definite in tbe proposi
ren struggling for a place of vantage plane that it has before reached. I capacities and at the time of his tion, tbe outlook not being for a mill
from wibch to get a view of the cell desire, moreover, to acknowledge in death was superintendent of public nearei than in two or three years,
tril figure ot the day's demonstra debtedness to the American officials instruction of that county.—Times.
and it did not iuterfere with tbe
tion. Doorways were tilled, the roofs who have everywhere shown us aii
affairs of tbe road,—Albany Dem
of buildings were thronged, and possible courtesy and kindness. I
every wind w held Its party ot specta don't know that 1 can better show
tors The hotels and many bouses my appreciation of the welcome ac
corded me by m.v countrymen than
w-re decorated for the occasion.
to submit some suggestions drawn
llit. NIGHT MEETING.
Madison Square < iarden was open from observations during tbe past
San Diego, Aug. 30. — Former Sec
ed to the public at 5:3>, and so year. A Japanese educator, address
retary of tbe Treasury Lyman I.
quickly did it till that the ushers and
George B. Dorris and G. F. Skip
‘“I wish you would find the worst Gage returned to his cottage at Point worth, well known attorneys at law,
policemen had great difficulty in
Loma today. He said :
aderiug to the seating arrangements. thing in Japan and tell us alaiut it so
; of this city, have formed a partnership
“I am not a member of tbe theo
It was a gay, spirited, good natured
for the practice of their profession
“I commended the generous spirit sophical society and never intimated and have engaged tbe frout office
audience which had a cheer for every
which he inntiifesteo, but assured
rooms on the second Moor cf the
Speaking ot Bryan's arrival he said:
Tbe hall was entirely devoid of him that each nation can give lessons
Hovey block, over the Chumtiers-
decorations, but each member of tbe to every other ami while our nation
he will l>e the Democratic nominee is
Vast audience had been presented is in a position to make the lurgest
Mr. Dorris is one of^F.ugene's earli
inevitable. His name is oue to con
with a tiag, and the waving of these contributoin, as 1 believe, to the ed
attorneys, while Mi. Skipworth
made a picture such as the garden ucation of the word, it ought to re
has only l*sn practicing a few years,
has seldom presented. Twelve thous main in the attitude of a pupil and
, but has built up an excellent busi-
and peraoua, many of them womeu. be ever ready to profit by the experi
| nesa. Both are able lawyers.
bad lieeu seated by seven o'clock, ence of others."
.Mr Bryan stated that he brought
and an hour later not a seat was to
Alvaro Hawley Hubtwrd, an old pi
te seen. The heat was so great that a message of peace from the Old oneer and one of Cottage Grove's old
a tar. e portion of tbe glass roof was World, and reviewed the etfoits of eat citizens, died at the family res
pushed back, leaving t lie stars as a The Hague tribunal to bring about idence on Seventh street in Cottage
Grove on Tuesday evening of dropsy.
At eight o'clock, when Bryan had
He contended that the landlordism He was boru May 7, 1832, in Alle
E. M. Warren, who has charge of
not yit arrived, Henry W. Walker, of Europe was an innnocent institu ghany ccounty. New York, and in tbe work of collecting tbe Lans
on behalf of the Commercial Trav tion in comparison with the Ameri 185.1 crossed the plains to Oregon, lo county exhibit at tbe state fair, de-
elers' Anti-Trust League, called the can ’rust. The man who argues in cating at Roseburg. where be made sites the Guard to tequest farmersand
meeting to order. He said he took favor of private monopoly is aiding his home and was married on Ooto- others who have grain, fruit and veg
pleasure in iutrwducing tbe chairman socialism and to socialism, as he un ta*r 28th, I'«'«.'», to Susan E. Cren etables suitable to form a part of the
of tbe receptiou committee, Mis derstands it the Democratic party is shaw, who survives him. On No display to bling them by Friday. Sep
souri's governor, Hou. Joseph W. opposed
It offers an alternative vember 28. 1872, he moved to Cottage tember 7, to Griffin's hardware store
competition where competition is Grove, where the family has resided in thia city.
Governor Folk received an ovation possible, and public ownership where ever since. Ten children were born
when be rose to apeak. His address clrcumstancas prevent competition.
to them, of whom nine are living.
**» brief, and he plead for the “end
His antagonism to socialism ia that
A abort service was held at the 1
of the reign of special privileges." while it attacks confessed evils, the family residence Thursday at 10
In Eugene, Aug. 29, 1906, Frank C.
On concluding he introduced Mayor remedy it offers Ia worse than these o'clock by Rev. Wallace, after which Taylor and Miss Et bel Pope, R. 8,
Tom L. Johnsen, of Cleveland, as evils. Tbe best way to oppose it, he the remains ware laid to rest in tbe Bryson, justice of tbe peace, officiat
chalituau ot tbe meeting, who in turn, said, is to remove the abuses which rumliaugb cemetery.
WIRE FAMILY KILLED
NEWS ITEMS FROM
with your Bicycl 5
to the bie shop at 33 F 9th St. We repair any and all makes of bicycles, furn
ish parts, sell new wheels and new tires ot all makes, single, double and clench-
Also bells, pumps, pedals, chains, cranks, luggage carriers, toe clips, chain
brushes, lacing for bicycle guards—everything pertaining to bicycles- Remem
ber we have EVERYTHING you mav want tor a bicycle, and we try to make
you’an attractive price on all goods. Cash much preferred, but we give credit to
worthy people. Remember the place, 33 E. 9th St., Eugene.
ESTABLISHED THE WOR LD’S RECORD
2481 ouL of a possible 2500 made by W. A. Tewes. 80 per
cent, of Lhe contestants used Peters Cartridges,
the semi.smokeless kind.
First honors at Zettler Rille Club Oprn Tournament, New Yotk, March 10-
17, ’906, 100 shot mutch won by Arthur Tubarle, score 2468.
Seven of the first ten prize winners used Peters .22 short cartridges.
Zimmerman Trophy won by L. P. Ittel Best bubseye made by W. Ros
enbaum L. C. Buss and L. P. Ittel made the possible 2 25 on the Ring Target.
If there ever was the slightest doubt in any mind as to the superiority of
Peters Cartridges of all calibres, thvt doubt has been dispelled for all time by the
results of the Sea Girt, Grand Rapids and New York tournaments. The various
winnings and high scores were not the result of accident, but may be credited to
good holding and ABSOLUTELY PERFECT AMMUNITION. The inevitable
conclusion is that if Peters Cartridges, whether large or small calibre, are equal to
these most crucial te«ts, they are the best to use in any kind of shooiing, either
target practice, hunting, police or military purposes.
For Sale, Wholesale and ReLail, at*
33 EAST NINTH STREET
EXTENSION OF C. & E.
RAILROAD TO NEWPORT PARIS HOUSE
GAGE CAL l F RYAN^
A “MANIFEST DESTINY DORRIS AND SKIPWORTH
BRING PRODOCTS FOR
STATE FAIR EXHIBIT
A. J. GILLETTE
. STATION AGENT
(From Thursday's Guard.)
A well-planned raid on the lodging
house at 1-iftti and Willamette streets,
known as the “Paris House,” was
made last night about 12 o’clock by
Chief of Polite Farrington aud Night
Officers Purdy and Bonney. Tbe two
women inmates, Marguetite Johnson
and Blanche Smith, were taken into
custody and lodged in th» city jail.
On the way to the jail two young men
among the crowd following the officers
and the women assaulted Officer Bon
ney and were afterwards arrested. In
the melee a wiudow in Herbert
Leigh's assay office was broken and
there was a general scuffle, one of
the boys arrested lieiog hit a terrific
blow on the forehead with Bontey's
The women and the two young men
appeared in the police court this
foianoon. The case of the women,
charged with keeping a bawdy house,
was postponed till two o'clock this
afternoon. The young men, whoee
names are withheld form publication
by request of relatives who are highly
respectable citizens, pleaded guilty
to the charge ot assaulting an officer
and were each fined $20, tbe amount
When the case was called for trial
this afternoon the municipal court
room was crowded to snL'ocation.
C. M. Kissinger appeared as attorney
for the women and City Attorney
Bean acted as counsel for the prose
cution. A large number of witnes-es
were exam ¡net! »nd the trial occupied
a greater part of the afternoon.
Both women were found guilty and
find ti»> each. Bill Vaughn paid tbe
Johnson woman's fine but the other
one bail not raised the money up to a
late hout this afternoon.
Salem, Or., Aug. 29.—It is now
generally believed here that the elec-
ti ic line between this city and Port
land, closesly paralleling tbe South
ern Pacific and keeping altogether on
the east side of the Willamette river,
will be speedily built. John B. Ryan,
of Portland, has filed in tbe office of
the county recorder the contracts for
all the right of way for the road in
Mairon county. This gives the com
pany a clear right of way except over
two or -hree small farms, and Mr.
Ryan said that he thought no diffi
culty would te experienced in obtain
The contracts are made in the name
of Alex Sweek,, attorney, and it is be
lieved here that the O ,W. P. A Ry.
Co. is the power behind the move
ment. Mr. Ryan has been at work
for some time in securing a right of
wav in Clackamas county, and this
work is also practically complete
Mr. Ryan will leave here today for
Wilhoit Springs, and will at once
proceed to get a right of way for the
company from Oregon City up the
Molalla river to Wilhoit Springs.
It is believed that the company will
at once build the road from Canemah
to Salem aud from Oregon C'ty to
Wilhoit Spi ings.
It is not positively known, but it
is believed that all arrangements have
been made to run the cars into Salem
over the present tracks of tbe Willam
ette Traction Company, and into
Portland over tbe O. W. P. linse from
Canemah That will bare only about
37 miles of track to build to connect
Salem with Portland
The i ight of way contracts call for
the completion of the road by July 1
next, and this will make the speedy
construction of the line a necessity.
(From Friday's Guard.)
A. J. Gillette, who has bean Kl
ing depot agent for the Southern
Pacific Co iu Eugene since tbe re
tirement of L. G. Adair on July first,
this morning received his appoint
ment as permanent agent, to take
Mr. Gillette baa the etui irseoert
of the Eugene Commercial Club, »ni
the citizens in general for tbe poe
tion, a d in his appointment the
company recognizes worth and cef*
bility. Mr. Gillette has been passen
ger agent here for several years, snl
by his courteous treatment of tbe
public and affable inauners bas won
friends galore, who are pleasei to
learn that he is to remain at tbe Eu
gene depot. J. B. Taj lor, of June
tion, succeeds him in the passenger
department, and Wm. Brown.who has
been assisting him here for a J*
weeks, takes Mr. Taylor s plac*
S. H. Friendly, the merchant, to
day installed a telephone at his ware
house on the depot grounds for the
convenience of hop growers who
store their crops there. Mr. Friend
ly. by just such acts of accommoda
tion and by fair and square dealing,
has built up a big business 1a hope.
M. S. Hubble has accepted the posi
tion of piano salesman for H. E.
M rris. He has a wide acquaintance
tbringbout tbe county and being a
hnstier he will no d.ubt give sati-
' •-n.jl vrt .
A"na.o,w»:<l has returned to
EugeÀgH* *fter TUitln« fneuds in
Omaha. Aug. 31. —Edward Ko
ter, editor of tbe Omaha Bee.an •
has just been defeated for n mu*
tion for the United
for years a prominent Nsbra.-kam
found dead iu the district "ull
in the Bee building >•/ Judff*
He had apparently <snt *n
on a bench in the room to
fell asleep, never awakening
failure was the cause of bi’
Rosewater has for year« •**
of the prominent »ditorial
the west,and his newspaper
ed great political iDtl'ienc*
btaska and adjoining
Mr«. Davidson and Mrs Marti«
Berkeley. Csl.. who have
McKeniie on an outing,
at the home of Mrs. C. C.